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line on concerns about the so- called fiscal cliff. some economists believe the economy could gain strength if lawmakers can reach a deal sooner rather than later. bloomberg news reports google is being pressured by the ftc to resovle anti-trust issues or face a lawsuit in the next few days. google is accused of abusing its dominance in the internet world. and wednesday is the next lock- up expiration on facebook, allowing employees to sell their shares of fb. good morning to larry shover of sfg alternatives. good to have you on the show larry. there seems to be a shift in the market. everybody is so fixated on this fiscal cliff. is the market going to be rather lackluster for a couple of days here because of that? > > i think it is. i think people are really concerned about something they should be concerned with. but the fact is, something will break. they will reach some sort of compromise. it might not be something that everybody likes, but i think the market will end up liking it, because there will be stability, there will be a compromise, at least by the end of the year. > >
the economy growing and get the jobs being created and that means more revenue -- >> let me ask you, i want to ask you directly. would you accept the piece-meal, let's just pass the tax -- extension of the bush tax cuts for the 98% of people under 250? >> it doesn't make any sense to us to raise taxes on job creators at this time of economic challenge. the equation is revenue, and spending. and, we can increase revenue without increasing the tax rates on anybody in this country, we can lower the rates, broaden the base, close the loopholes, as you have discussed. and put in place pro-growth policies in energy and health care and the regulatory policy and address the spending. and the spending that has to be addressed is, medicare, medicaid and social security. >> chris: just so i can clear this up, you are not -- boehner seemed to be saying, i am going to close some of the loopholes and use some of the revenue, use some of the revenue from closing loopholes to cut the deficit. are you accepting that or not. >> i think that is the way we can reach agreement and i think what many of us are sa
spending cuts and tax increases that kick in at the end of this year would push the economy into another recession. on the campaign trail the president made clear he wants a deal that includes tax reforms and new incentives for businesses that keep jobs in the united states, but he also wants tax increases on wealthier americans, something republicans say they will refuse to consider. reporting live from washington dc, allison byrnes ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a penalty phase hearing continues today for a convicted of killing two people. prosecutors wants death penalty for nathan barris. he threatened to kill them after he fired them. back in 2008, he sent a letter to barris's former girlfriend, debra ann ross warning he may be a threat to her. those fears proved to be true on august 11th, 2009, that's when authorities say barris shot ross who was a toll take and are shot and killed her friend. >>> an ancient fossilized tooth that was dug up is on display at the academy of sciences. a train operator found that tooth just two months ago. it was buried about 110 feet deep. they think that to
the economy anyway you can, pam. >>> good morning, let's take a look at the commute. well, you know there is that phenomenon and there is a little bit on the freeway. let's did out and take a look at a problem we have in daily city. there is a water-main break near hill side park. it looks like a fire department and it is a pretty significant water-main break and it's unletter and we will let you know more as we find out more. 880 southbound, traffic is looking good in both directions and at the bay bridge toll plaza, it is looking good but today more people will be using the bridge than yesterday. >>> cold out there for some and in san francisco, it is 52. that is because they are getting and easterly breeze inland so a cold start and sunday for most, i will get out of the way so you can see these. they officially -- occasionally get some of these higher clouds. 52 in san francisco, san jose is 43. it is not too strong of a breeze, i have seen parts of elevations and even parts of the peninsular. no doubt about it, they will be checking in with mid-70s, everyone else is looking for
that big-cap growth, those all-american names. remember, we're in an economy where we don't have rapidly rising revenues across the board. we have sort of slow, steady growth. we have those phenomenon kind of stocks like apple. so, i like technology. that's sweeping up a lot of stocks. for instance, qualcomm, one of the biggest leaders, provides all the chip sets for these smart phones. but i also like a stock like starbucks and ralph lauren. different spectrums, but very profitable companies. so the theme for me is concentration. stick with the winners, stick with large-cap u.s. growth. > > go with america is your theme. > > absolutely, because i think the world is really going to be watching these election results, and what typically happens is americans get behind each other together and move forward, and i think we're going to get to a really strong finish for the year. > > that's a very positive thought. i think i'll leave you right there. that's matt shapiro, president of mws capital. thank you matt. some women tend to be more charitable than men. an indiana university report on ph
. now improving economy and new tax revenues from prop 30 are all credit ted. >>> san francisco city hall should be back to nominal. that fire caused power outages until 7:15 last night. the cause of the fire is still being investigated. >>> sal, do you have everything under control on the east shore? >> i think i to let's take a look at the commute. we started off well but we have an earlier send it but toll plaza is looking nice if you are driving westbound. no problems on the lower deck of san francisco and the commute looks good into the city. 101 is off to a good start. >>> all right, we do have -- not a bad morning, but clouds will be increasing later on. we have that in between day. it will be a little cloudy, and they ask me all the time when can i go out and not have it be raining? tuesday night. 30s, 40s and 5 ross. 52 in the city, it just depends and there is a lot of cloud cover that will come in and this is just up with forecast model. it is a seen of things to come. no rain, it could be a few hit and miss showers, no big deal. it starts friday morning. we will be talkin
awester are you measures including differences with police. because of its single economy, even jeremy is now -- germany is now struggling with greece, portugal and italy. >>> in china they unveiled political -- invade political leaders to the world on stage. they are taking over the communist party which has ruled community for -- china for more than 60 years. >>> general david petraeus will make his first appearance since resign as head -- resigning as head of the cia. he is one of the reports in a series on the attack on the u.s. cons sal in benghazi and libya. >> reporter: one gets underway in 45 minutes and house and senate committees are investigating why other agencies and cia did not anticipate or do more to stop the attack that killed four americans including christopher stevens. the acting cia director will say the agency never requested military reinforcements including specialized marines during the attack. they are furious about the obama administration's handling of the crisis they say could have been prevented. >> i have said for days, weeks, it is either a coverup or gr
gridlocks. >> by working together, we can different our country a stronger, healthier economy. >> congress's lame duck session starts next week. the president has called all four congressional leaders to urge them to get to work on the issue. >>> preliminary state figures suggest fewer people voted in this year's election than four years ago. according to california secretary of state office 59% of voters voted this year. in 2008 that was above 70%. here just over half or almost 5% of registered voters turned out for tuesday's election. >>> election officials in some parts of florida blame high voter turn out as the reason they are still counting ballots. florida still has about 3% of its ballots uncounted. officials in miami-dade say they hope to be done by tomorrow afternoon. the president has a slight lead in the florida ballots counted so far but the results won't impact the outcome since the president has more than enough votes to declare victory. >> beyond terrible. it's horrible. it's -- i'm done. >> another big storm hits the northeast as the area tries to recover from sandy. the
with her daughter as she looks for work. she is signing up. >> it is important, with the economy right now we have -- we don't have enough money to buy the turkey. so it is good that they are helping out families. >> reporter: one reason the demand is so great, the high cost of living. >> we still see basically the same post-recession. poverty is staying high. >> reporter: the key to meeting the demand, donations. they still need more people to come by to drop off food and toys. registration begins at 7:30 a.m. tomorrow morning. if you plan on coming down, expect a long line. alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 18 more volunteers from the red cross are headed to the east coast to help those effected by superstorm sandy. they left tuesday with two driving an emergency response vehicle. they are expected to arrive tonight. a total of 127 volunteers have been deployed from the bay area. the san jose giants are also pitching in. they donated money to help the brooklyn cyclone and the staten island yankees. donations go towards food, gas and cleaning supplies. >>> snow pruprompted a wint -- p
economies. groupon shares fell 13% after the close on earnings news. revenues were up, but the coupon company had a net lost of nearly 3 million dollars. profits were up at disney thanks to espn and growth at theme parks. and priceline is set to buy online travel company kayak for $40 per share. how low will this market go? ben lichtenstein of joins us. good morning to you. happy friday. but is this a buying opportunity here? > > i don't think so. i think basically if you try and step up right now, you're kind of trying to play "catch the knife" if you will. there has been a lot of energy to the downside. it started wednesday. we saw a continuation of that yesterday. basically closed 'em out on the lows. everything across the board literally looks weak right now. the one thing that's been just kind of crazy and doesn't really fit in with all of this is that the dollar has been sideways, right around 81 even, and that the volatility index is still holding right around this 18, 19 level. everybody's talking about it. nobody knows why. but again, certainly worth taking n
obama urged congress to find common ground to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff facing the economy at the end of the year. >> i refuse to accept any approach that isn't balanced. i'm not going to ask students and seniors and middle class families to pay down the entire deficit while people like me making over $250,000 aren't asked to pay a dime more in taxes. are. >> republican leaders say raising tax rates on the wealthy will slow down the ability to create jobs and hit small business and make it more difficult for americans to find work. >>> more details on what the fiscal cliff means for your taxes. if you're a low income your taxes will go up about $4120 st. a year. middle income will go up about $2000 a year. if you're upper income you can expect to pay an average of $14,173 more in taxes each year. >> state election officials say there are still more than 3 million ballots that need to be counted leaving some candidates in limbo. the uncounted include mostly absentee ballots. some of them are provisional ballots. elections officials say provisional ballots require more time t
that allowing tax cuts for the wealthy to expire at the end of the year would be harmful to the economy. "the congressional budget office released a report that the most harmful consequences of the fiscal cliff come from increasing tax rates, and according to ernst and young, raising the top rates would destroy nearly 700,000 jobs in our country." the fiscal cliff is the result of the unresolved debt ceiling debate a year-and-a-half ago: $110 billion in spending cuts - half of it defense-related. it's also a list of tax breaks about to expire that includes: the bush tax cuts, the alternative minimum tax, reduced payroll tax, and the federal unemployment benefit extension. some believe that negotiations come so soon after the election that it may put pressure on republicans to compromise. "it's going to be a disaster if it doesn't get done, and the blame will be on them. they have to compromise - something they didn't do in the last session." when pressed for details as to what ground republicans could give in negotiations, house speaker boehner declined, saying he didn't want to be "boxed in.
. >> reporter: the outlets are expected to give the economy a big boost. >> it's $200 million of tax revenue that goes into the coffers. >> reporter: the reason needed more retail. >> i think it's awesome. i don't have to go away to milpitas, i don't have to go away to vacaville, i can stay right here by home. >> reporter: mall managers are also looking to draw tourists in from san francisco hotels and this mall is already 100% leased. so a second site is scheduled to open in 2014. you can see the line of car headlines coming out of this parking lot and they're expect to have 200,000 people visit by the end of the weekend. >> walnut creek police are looking for two men who kidnapped a 57-year-old woman, stole her money and left her tied up in oakland. police say the woman was forced into her own car outside the shadeland's park office. they said the two men blindfolded and bound the woman then withdrew money using her atm card. the man left the victim tied up. >> looking into a number of feeds, security camera footage from a number of locations. >> reporter: police describe the systems sys
, the economy would be forced back into a recession next year and unemployment would jump to 9.1% by the fall from 7.9% today. president obama who's been back at the white house for just one full day wants aludel that includes an overhaul of the tax system with tax increases on wealthier americans. house speaker john boehner repeated this week he is not willing to consider any tax increases but he said in an interview yesterday he's the most reasonable person in washington and the president knows it. democrats are hoping president obama will take a hard line during his first post election speech today from the white house but his aides are emphasizing that he's going to talk about how important it is to cooperate. reporting live from washington dc. >>> ktvu will carry the president's speech for you this morning live right here on channel 2. again, it's scheduled to begin at 10:05:00 a.m. >>> oakland police are looking for a man who they say tried to kidnap a 14-year-old girl. he tried to pull the girl into a waiting truck on 103rd avenue and international boulevard on monday. she was able to
. >> if there is anything we learned from europe, it is that this kind of austerity, spending cuts, will push the economy into negative growth. >> reporter: the total tax hike and spending cuts hit on california's economy alone would be some $$90 billion. reporting live, tom baker, ktvu. >>> on wall street today, trading was relatively flat. the dow fell .31. the nasdaq fell and the s & p 500-inched up a little less than a point. >> kodak reached a financing deal to take it out of bankruptcy. it would allow them to borrow $793 million and sell its patent fort you'll to for $500 million. it needs bankruptcy approval. they filed for bankruptcy protection in january while struggling to compete with the digital photography industry. >>> this 56 year old grandmother is not someone to be messed with. what she fought off with her bare hands and an axe. >> they come from thousands of miles away and pay a lot to go to college. where they are coming from. and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle ear
the damage it'll do to the economy let's start to actually solve the problem. let's focus on tax reform that closes special interest loopholes and lower tax rates. >> house speaker gave the republican address this morning. he said shoring up titlements and reforming the tax code will lead to a stronger economy. both sides agree another recession will hit if the nation falls over the so-called fiscal cliff which is a combination of automatic spending cuts and tax rate increases set to start at the beginning of next year. >> thousands of customers are still without power nearly two weeks after super storm sandy and now their utility may raise their rates. the ceo of coned has said he is very sorry that some have gone 12 days without power but his company plans to hike utility rates for gas, steam and power any way. many are questioning the timing of such an increase. >> seems crazy. i know they are dealing an old system but i mean -- shouldn't they have thought about this like down the road a little bit. ? >> it's outrageous considering what people have gone through. >> the commissio
say the fiscal cliff and tax increases would push the economy into another recession and cause a jump in unemployment. on the campaign trail, the president made clear, he wants a deal with congress that includes tax reforms and new incentives for businesses that keep jobs in the united states. but he also wants tax increases on wealthier americans and republicans are consistently saying that's something something they are not going to -- that's something they are not going to consider. reporting live from alison burns, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> ktvu will bring you the president's speech this morning live right here on channel 2. again it's scheduled to begin at 10:05 this morning. we'll also live stream the president's speech on our channel 2 website, cute -- >>> back here at home, a penalty phase for the man convicted of killing two people at the toll plaza. prosecutors want the death penalty for nathan burris. they say back in 2008, they sent a letter to his girlfriend warning he may be a threat to her. those fears came through on august 11th, 2009. that's when authorities
economy, budget cut-backs, and new tax revenues from the passage of prop 30 all credited for california's improving financial situation. >>> also, the democrats super majority in the state senate and the assembly, well, it's now official. after two races, democrats now have a so-called super majority in both the state senate and the state assembly. that means democrats have a two-thirds majority, allowing them to -- the last time democrats had a super majority was 1883. >>> it is 7:21. rain, believe it or not heading our way. steve is watching the storm tracker. that's a beautiful sun right. he'll tell us when and where the clouds will soon be rolling in. >> a well-known zeppelin gets grounded. why this air ship, it just won't fly! >> northbound 280 traffic slow, but we have some big-time problems in the east bay when it comes to one of the major freeways. we'll update that and the rest of the commute coming up. .Ñ >>> the zeppelin is going to stay on the ground, it has fallen victim to a shortage of helium, and they need a long-term sponsor to stay up in the air. eureka is known fores
, the u.s. economy could stall or -- >> you could see a recession. >> reporter: now that we know -- >> i hope not. >> it is us who have to pressure those people representing us. >> they should be more in tune with what americans need. >> sit down and come to an agreement. >> reporter: with congressional positions more hardin now, is there -- hardined now, is there still time? consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> on wall street today, stocks tumbled. the dow is down 312 to 12,932. the nasdaq is down 74 at 2,937. the s&p is down 33 at 1,394. >>> apple shares, the stock is down more than 20% from its record high. there is growing uncertainty about competition, management and supply chain issues. managers say they may stop putting cash into apple when the rest of the market goes sour. >> happening now, police are searching for a man who is armed with a gun. news chopper 2 shot these pictures. officers converged on the kennedy park neighborhood. police say two men got into a fight and then one of them had a gun. authorities are searching the neighborhood. >>> at&t is making a
. beautiful boost for the local eek connie. -- economy. look at this nice long stretch of stores. >> reporter: we have some people getting ready for this 10:00 a.m. scheduled opening grand opening and there are big crowds expected and traffic is expected to be heavy as this grant opening gets underway. we have one end opening underway and we have armani and prad do right in front of us and this area is one of the places in the country to actually carry prad do. let's take you through some of the numbers when we are talking about the numbers for the economic boost expected here. we have ever 43,000 square feet, 130 outlet stores, 2000 jobs, 2 million in revenue and they are trying to dash this mall. i want to give you a map from the developer. if you look at the upper right side, you can see face one tentatively scheduled for next july and 800 more jobs are expected to come from that. they were working with tour hotels and trying to make this a destination for them as well. they are trying to give them 6 5% off merchandise every day and bargains will draw people here and customers saving money
a deal must be reached or the economy will fall back into recession. >> i was encouraged to hear speaker boehner agree that tax and revenue is a priority. >> reporter: in washington, nicole collins fox news. >>> more details on that so called fiscal cliff. without action bush era tax cuts would end. including the child tax credit and earned income tax credit. billions of the dollars in automatic spending cuts would kick in including money for education, food inspections and air travel safety. >>> the dow industrials closed up four points the nasdaq gained nine. but for the week, both of those indexes ended more than 2% lower. >>> the unexpected resignation of cia director david petraeus. general petraeus is best known for his leadership in the post9/11 wars. he had served as c -- cia director for more than a year. >>> senator dianne feinstein called loss of petraeus a loss. >>> fbi agents reportedly discovered the affair while investigating a possible security breech at the cia. according to the report the name paula baldwell came up. the fbi was initially concerned that someone had im
toward a clean energy economy and environmentalists appraising it is a model for the world. >>> the recent wet weather system that rolled through the bay area brought lots of snow to the bay area. we want to show you what it looked like on friday in nayac. at high elevations more than 2 feet of snow fell. it was the first sizable snowfall of the season. and as you see here from these pictures boy it costs several spin outs and traffic back ups for drivers heading to the mountains. >>> it's not even thanksgiving yet and people are already skiing at lake tahoe. we want to show you what's going on out here. this is a picture taken at boreal ski resort. they did have the snow machine going on out there. more and more ski resorts are set to open this month. north star is set to open in a week. and we move on and see that kirk wood is set to open on november 21st that's the week of thanksgiving. >>> officials are investigating a fire at a fremont school. the key piece of evidence that has investigators calling this blaze suspicious. >> more on the petraeus scandal. the investigat
far. investors are worrying about indicating information about china's economy which may be speeding up again. they have losses overnight and japan is down nearly 1%, and china and hong kong bust the trend and have some small gains on that report. checking in on our numbers, friday's close, up a little bit and we'll see what happens this week when we have some more economic reports as we get closer to the end of the year. apple and taiwan have agreed to sign a 10 year licensing agreement that will expand to each patent they hold. >>> all right, pam, time now 5:18 the chp is launching a new crackdown on drivers and how the focus is on drivers who are unking as they drive. >>> -- who are unking as they drive. >> >> and don't forget, you can get your wake-up call and information send straight to your phone. all you have to do is text 70123. Ñ . >>> welcome back, taking you back to italy, the city's high tide mark, they are at its highest and about 70% of venice is under water and in tuscan day any, 200 people have been evacuated. they have triggered land slides, destroyed vineyards and
held a solo news conference. he said priority number one is to grow the economy and create jobs. >> as i have said before, i'm open to compromise and i'm open to new ideas. i have been encouraged to hear republican after republican agree on the need from more revenue from the wealthiest americans as part of our math if we are going to be serious about reducing the deficit. >> the president said he wants to raise taxes on those making more than $250,000 a year. >> >> investors showed little confidence that there will be a come prom in avoiding the fiscal live. >>> facebook shares rallied on a day that wall street thought they would plummet. -- >> you have a chance to attend president obama's inauguration in in 2013. online requests for an inauguration ticket scheduled january 21st, you can request two tickets, but only online on the congressional members website. a random lottery december 13th will determine who gets the tickets. >> >> in 25 minutes, more fallout on the david petraeus sex scandal >> the president's first comments. . >> israel unleashed a blistering offensive on g
on the economy. >> reporter: good morning. 130 stores. a lot of people looking for bargains. you have a big boost to the community. i want you to take a look down here. you can see a lot of folks down there, just starting to show up. they are getting the stores ready. these are all folks who want to make sure that everyone is exactly right when people show up. we pan around. you can see more of this area. just to give you an idea of the setup. one long corridor here and another one on the other side. some of the stores are not quite ready to go. most of them seemed to be ready to go. so you are likely to have plenty to choose from. i want to give you some we saw. a lot of sales. these are all outlets. there's a lot of last-minute preparations. i talked to a couple of people involved in the building crew. a lot of people have been working 18-hour days. the first outlet mall to open in the bay area in more than a decade and it opens at 10:00 a.m. here's a few numbers about the mall. the mall is a 543,000-square foot building. it cost $150 million to build. there are 130 outlet stores. it's expected
a clean energy economy. >>> the chp wants to know if you are too sleep foy drive. better keep our eyes open. because the chp is launching a week-long crackdown on croucy driving. the chp says drowsy driving is about as dangerous as driving drunk. >>> coming up on 7:24. hoping everyone is wide awake behind the wheel. how are things going in downtown san jose? >> okay. we've been looking at one of the slowest commutes on a regular monday. i want to show you 280, northbound right to downtown on the right. you can see traffic is just fine. just a lot of schools today are observing veterans day, even though veterans day was yesterday. but right now, it's having an effect on the commute. looking at the east bay, southbound 880, southbound 8 0 they are clearing a crash -- 880 they are clearing a crash. let's go to steve. >> thank you, sal. >>> a lot of 30s. let's get used to that. the afternoon highs will come up a little bit. at least through wednesday or thursday and then we'll see have to if we get clouds in here. really not going to do much, cold mornings. high clouds. but all in all a gr
that will hurt the economy. >> feeding the growth of government through higher tax rates won't help us solve the republic. >> reporter: but the speaker also signaled what could be an opening. saying, raising more revenue is now on the table as long as it comes from tax refarm and not higher rates." finding that elusive common ground on these issues could be tough. both in the lame-duck session and beyond. a short-term deal that postpones the cliff appears most likely. athena jones, washington. >>> governor brown says today that the passage of proposition 30 here in california shows americans are ready to pitch in to resolve the u.s. fiscal crisis. >> everyone is going to have to realize that building roads is important. investing in schools is important. paying for the national defense is important. biomedical research is important. the space program is an indicator of the world leader, all of that takes money. it's not all going to come out the wall street. >> prop 30 helps to save millions in potential cuts to uc and cal state systems, but regent are meeting this week to consider increas
. >>> thousands of synchronized protests. europeans complain unemployment is rising, and the economies are getting worse, and they see no hope for change. >>> in beijing, the communist party selected a new ruler to guide the country for the next ten years. he will be the party's general secretary and will oversea the people's liberation army. he's expected to assume power next march. >>> the owner of a pharmacy linked to a deadly nationwide meningitis outbreak appears before lawmakers on capitol hill today, but he refused to answer any questions. barry cadden is the cofounder of the new england command center. he exercised his fifth amendment right. 42 people have died. others have gotten sick from injections distributed by the massachusetts pharmacy. >>> a sacramento woman has set a new record for giving birth to the world's heaviest set of triplets. britney dean gave birth to three healthy baby boys. their total weight of 20 pounds exceeds the previous record by more than a pound. the couple say they were stunned when they learned they were expecting triplets. >> i saw the ultrasound. i can kind
. and cisco is being offset suggesting money consumers still cautious about the economy as we head into the all- important holiday season. the dow currently down 54. the nasdaq is down 3. s&p down 4. well, facebook's stock could be very active today. about $800 miami shares in the social network can be traded starting today. the stocks currently owned by early investors but they were locked up. the stock now selling for $21.62. it's actually up about 9% this evening. >>> facebook is not liking the false profile shows up -- showing up on its site. the new york times shows the fakery is threatening the basically premise of the world's largest network. the times says facebook is planning a new automated system that will dump fake likes. >>> nancy pelosi announced, she wants to continue as a highs house -- as a house minority. why she wants to stay. alley none. >> reporter: well, pelosi says politics at this level is insatiable and she has much another she wants to accomplish. now, she was joined by female house members. she said she had a lot of encouragement in congress and from the
on wall street. one issue weighing on the markets. a deal to rescue the greek economy looks less certain than it did one day okay. the dow is currently up 18, 12,83. the nasdaq is down 11. s&p is up 1. microsoft, it's down over 3%. the reason, the executive who had been expected to be the next ceo is now leaving the world's largest softwaremaker. he had been the head of the windows unit and is leaving two weeks after the launch of windows 8 which is seen as critical to the tech giant's future. the ceo had been with microsoft for 23 years and his departure was unexpected. neither he nor microsoft gave an explanation. >>> from a pioneer to a murder. pam cook is in the -- is in the newsroom with more. >> mcafee is being called -- leader is being called a person of interest in a murder. last week, a man filed a complaint claiming that mcafee fired off guns displaying roguish behavior. the mercury news reports the home in belize was raided earlier this year. they reportedly found the 67- year-old with the 17-year-old girlfriend and confiscated ten firearms. now, coming up next in our next hou
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